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Waffle Taco from Taco Bell is almost here

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Taco Bell fast-food restaurants will soon be open for breakfast nationwide. You'll be able to fill up on the already buzz-generating Waffle Taco, which is exactly what it sounds like: a waffle V-folded around scrambled eggs, cheese, and either a sausage patty or bacon. If that's not enough, you can then drizzle sweet syrup over it.

The menu, served between 7 a.m. (or earlier) and 11 a.m., will also offer other egg, meat, and cheese sandwiches such as the Breakfast Burrito and A.M. Crunchwrap, which has a hash brown patty inside, according to a press release.

You'll also be able to snack on Cinnabon Delights, which are bite sized pastries filled with frosting.

The breakfast menu is coming to Taco Bell March 27, 2014.

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